In brief the property comprises; entrance hall, sitting room, dining room, ground floor shower room, kitchen, veranda, utility room, recently renovated ground floor bedroom with en-suite. To the first floor are two double bedrooms, eave storage with plumbing.
The garden is large and amounts to a little less than 0.75 acres. As well as a raised rockery area, shrub borders there is extensive lawn and many trees including, cherry, apple, pear and plum tree's and mistletoe. The property is approached via a gated drive.
Located off the A64 at the foot of the Yorkshire Wolds with the Wolds Way nearby, Potter Brompton is a quiet rural hamlet within the parish of Ganton. It is within easy reach of the coastal resorts of Scarborough and Filey, 13 miles from Malton and 30 miles from York. Within Potter Brompton there is a farm bakery and shop, whilst at Ganton, only ½ a mile away there is a church, pub and prestigious championship golf course.
EPC Rating F
Door to front aspect, stairs to first floor landing.
RECEPTION ROOM (6.35 x 3.63)
Window to front aspect with window seat, exposed beams, exposed brick, cast iron Rayburn Rembrandt fire place , TV point, telephone point, power points, Economy 7 storage heater, French doors and glass to the rear.
DINING ROOM (3.84m x 3.73m)
Window to front aspect with window seat, internal door to kitchen, original quarry tile flooring, power points, customer built drinks bar and real ale pump handle under the stairs, power points, economy 7 storage heater, cast iron fireplace.
GROUND FLOOR SHOWER ROOM
Recently refurbished, velux window, pumped Mira power shower with dual head, economy 7 storage heater, heated towel rail, wash hand basin with vanity, low flush WC.
KITCHEN (4.01m x 1.70m)
Window to rear aspect, tile effect flooring, range of wall and base units with square edged work surfaces, tiled splashback, space for freestanding cooker, space for fridge/freezer, power points.
Cupboard housing water tank, wood effect flooring, space for washing machine, space for tumble dryer, power points.
REAR VERANDA (7.16m x 2.06m)
Exposed brick, plastic roof, lighting.
GROUND FLOOR BEDROOM (3.86m x 3.15m)
Originally a cow shed, Velux window, economy 7 storage heater, dimming wall and spot lights, recently installed carpet, power points.
GROUND FLOOR EN-SUITE
Window to rear and side aspect and Velux, roll top bath with floor mounted tap, Mira Sport shower, dimming spotlights, extractor fan and an illuminated light bathroom mirror, wood effect flooring.
FIRST FLOOR LANDING
Double doors to fully boarded eaves storage with power and lighting
BEDROOM TWO (4.32m x 3.12m)
Window to front aspect, coving and textured ceiling, fitted wardrobes, convector heater, power points.
BEDROOM THREE (4.32m x 3.45m)
Window to front aspect, fitted wardrobed with loft access in, eaves storage cupboard with lighting and WC, power points, radiator.
EAVES STORAGE (3.68m x 1.85m)
Plumbing and lighting
Power and lighting.
Estimated to be three quarters of an acre, mainly laid lawn with plant and shrub borders, patio area, outside tap, outside lights, outside double sockets, orchard area with apple, pear and plum tree's, raised bedding area, pig sty.
Off road parking for multiple vehicles.
The heating system has been recently upgraded to Elnur Gabbaron’s SMART, Programmable Storage Radiators which save energy by only heating up when necessary using the ambient temperature and individual program set for each room. They are wired into the cottages Economy 7 power supply, using lower cost off-peak electricity, which is provided by a Renewable Energy Green tariff. Please note the upstairs bedrooms use Elnur Gabarron SMART Convector Heaters, all of which have a 12 year manufacturers warranty.
Where the brown earth is seen in the garden photo stood an old tin garage/workshop of over 40 years, planning could be applied for to replace the buildings. Also in the garden is a pig sty currently used to store wood and coal for the open fires but has potential to make a play house for children.
Electricity, telephone & broadband, septic tank, mains water and there is a supply of ‘village spring water' to a large tap to the front of the property.